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Monday, October 21 2019 @ 04:13 PM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Monday, October 21 2019 @ 04:13 PM EDT
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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Bergen Community College Hosts Breakfast on Cause Marketing


Author and Marketing Expert Chris Rosica Speaks in Paramus December 12, 7:00 a.m.

At an upcoming seminar on cause marketing, Bergen Community College will get down to business … with a side of cream cheese. 

The College’s School of Continuing Education will hold its first “Bagels and Business” workshop Monday, December 12 from 7:00 to 9:00 a.m. in the Moses Family Meeting & Training Center, room TEC-128 at the College’s main campus at 400 Paramus Road, Paramus.  The event is free and open to the public.  Registration and networking will take place from 7:00 to 8:00 a.m.  To register, visit http://bagelandbusinesscausemarketing-esfb.eventbrite.com or call Ronald E. McKnight at (201) 612-5300.

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Adele and Derek Jeter Grace the Cover of The World Almanac® and Book of Facts 2012


Best-Selling American Reference Book Reveals the Top 10 News Topics of 2011, Greatest Sports Upsets, 2012 Election Details

Which 2012 election candidate plans to lower the presidential salary to less than $40,000? How many millions of smartphones were sold in the United States over the past year? Which U.S. state has the highest public high school graduation rate? Find the answers to these questions and more in The World Almanac® and Book of Facts 2012, on sale November 22.

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USA Today: Lessons For Congress From Jack Abramoff


Conducting interviews on this topic is the author of Capitol Punishment: The Hard Truth About Washington Corruption From America's Most Notorious Lobbyist, Jack Abramoff. Author Profile and Information, Click Here: http://wndbooks.wnd.com/capitol-punishment-2/#

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Kosher Nation, A Look Into the World Of Kosher Food


Kosher Nation by Sue Fishkoff is a must read for people interested in the development of kosher foods. The author delves into to origins of kosher, and takes the reader up to the present day. Designed for the general public as well as people of the Jewish faith, she furnishes a glossary to explain the native words that she uses. It is of interest to people beyond the Jewish faith like Muslims, Seventh Day Adventists and people who are concerned with the type of for that they conume.

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Occupy Wall Street “Goes Home” National Day of Action to Stop (and Reverse) Foreclosures


December 6 will be a big day of action for the Occupy Wall Street movement. #OWS will join the struggle of families and communities that have been on the front lines of a struggle for economic justice. We will stand in solidarity and ask our fellow occupations to join us for a national day of action on the foreclosure crisis. We are fighting Wall Street's reach on every block, every farm, every house in America with sit-ins at foreclosed properties to right this moral injustice.

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Results of Paramus Telecommunications Audit


Finance Chair Councilman Alan Brundage stated that over the past 9 months the Borough of Paramus’ IT Specialist, Steven Tessler, has been working with a telecommunications audit firm, Telecom Integrity Group (TIG), to audit the Borough’s phone bills and compare them to the services actually provided.  They then attempted to have money refunded for these un-provided services.  This audit has now been concluded and the results are extremely exciting

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Mayor and Council Meeting 11-22-11 Back to the Late Days


Mayor and Council Meeting 11-22-11
After the 2010 elections, one of the items on the agenda was to start and end the meetings on time. For awhile in the past this was achieved. To keep the integrity of that schedule, the Mayor and Council once paused a business meeting to come upstairs and conduct the regular meeting before going back downstairs to complete their business agenda. This was completely disregarded for this meeting with the regular meeting delayed until 9:15 PM and then held up while the Borough Clerk went out to fill and bring in water pitchers. Petty, one might say! Let me give you a personal view of the travesty this created!

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Occupy Wall Street Librarians Address Bloomberg for Destroying Books


Over 4,000 Books, Documents, Were Trashed by NYPD & Dept. of Sanitation in Raid
OWS Library Staff Recovers Books and Supplies,
Less Than One-Fifth is Usable

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The Search for Marizela: A Thanksgiving Note



Michelle Malkin

On March 5, my 18-year-old cousin disappeared from her University of Washington campus in Seattle. Marizela Perez -- 5-foot-5, 110 pounds, short black hair with brown/red highlights and bangs cut into an asymmetrical bob, wearing a dark hooded jacket, jeans and light brown suede boots -- was last seen at a Safeway grocery that fateful Saturday afternoon.

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Paramus Incident - Barricaded Subject


On 11/22/11 at 1106 hours Paramus PD received a phone call from a worker in the professional building located at 13 Sunflower Avenue. The caller stated that there was a burglary in progress at the building and the suspect had a gun. Police personnel responded and ascertained that the suspect was located in an office on the 1st floor by himself and he had a gun. Police personnel immediately set up an inner perimeter to contain the suspect and began to evacuate the building for the occupants safety. An outer perimeter was than established for the general public’s safety. Paramus PD requested the Bergen County SWAT Team respond to the incident. While at the scene it was ascertained that the suspect is a long time employee of Exxon and that he had arrived there to speak with one of the owners. While he was speaking to one of the owners suspect removed a hand gun from his waist band and had made threatening gestures with it. The victim physically struggled with the suspect and then quickly disengaged from the suspect and fled the office.

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Pet Obesity Awareness Campaign Sheds Light on Need for More Pet Fitness/Nutrition Information Amongst Pet Owners


Oradell Mayor Diane Camilo Didio Proclaimed October Hounds Losing Pounds Month
Hounds Losing Pounds, a month-long pet obesity awareness program sponsored by Pet’s Best Friend NJ, a local pet services company,  sought to educate pet owners about the need for increased fitness levels and proper nutrition for pets in Bergen county.  The program encouraged owners to embark on a weight loss program with the help of their veterinarian to lose an appropriate percentage of weight before the winter weather limited time spent outdoors.  

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Shop ‘Till You Drop … On Your Own Time


More Companies Restrict Holiday Shopping at Work, According to CIOs Surveyed by Robert Half Technology

– Workers looking for a jump-start on their holiday gift lists will have a harder time browsing for bargains at the office. The majority (60 percent) of chief information officers (CIOs) interviewed by Robert Half Technology said their companies block access to online shopping sites – up from 48 percent last year.

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New Children’s Series Offers Glimpse into the Future of Education


When was the last time you stepped into a classroom? If you’ve stepped into one of the thousands of pilot schools across the country, one thing might stand out to you: no textbooks. More and more classrooms from kindergarten through college are ditching traditional textbooks in favor of tablets or computers and e-books.

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Bergen County Sheriff and RCA Insurance Group Join State Officials to Launch HERO Campaign to Prevent Drunken Driving



Bergen County Sheriff Supports HERO Campaign for Designated Drivers

NY Football Giants, Group One Investments, New York Jets, and State & Local Law Enforcement Pledge Support of Holiday HEROES
Hackensack, NJ -- The Bergen County Sheriff’s Office and a coalition of law enforcement agencies, colleges, bar and tavern owners, and the New York Football Giants and New York Jets, kicked off a Holiday HEROES program today in partnership with a national drunk driving prevention program dedicated to the memory of a young naval officer from New Jersey.

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Lights, Lights Baby! Capitol Lighting and Habitat for Humanity’s Making Lives Brighter Campaign Kicks Off with Vanilla Ice



Capitol Lighting Helps Make Lives Better

Capitol Lighting, the award-winning lighting experts, has partnered with Habitat for Humanity on a new, unique initiative, Making Lives Brighter. During the run of the campaign, now through February 28, 2012, customers will be able to donate their old lighting to any Capitol Lighting showroom in the South Florida and New Jersey areas to be repurposed in a Habitat for Humanity home or sold at one of their Re-Stores. In exchange for the lighting fixtures, lamps and fans contributed to the campaign, donors will receive a 10-percent discount toward any new lighting purchase as well as a tax deduction from Habitat for Humanity.

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Super Committee Fail = Occupy Wall Street Win


March from Occupy Wall Street Arrives in Washington DC Today. Exposes Failure of Undemocratic Super-Committee Attempt to Squeeze the 99%

Schedule:
1) Last Leg of ‘Occupy the Highway’ March, meet at Rhode Island Ave Metro at 12:30pm. There is shelter from the rain while folks gather, and parking for those who would drive in

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Asymmetrical Arrangement Energizes a Room



Energize your room.

 Q: We have a high ceiling in our Great Room that slants away on both sides of the beam in the center of the ceiling. I can't figure out how to hang paintings and things on the wall because it comes to a point in the center. Do I follow the angle or ignore it?

A: Your choice. You can simply work out your arrangement as you would on a wall with a straight ceiling line, or you can take a tip from the room we show here, where designer Karen Robertson has hung her new collection of marine art, so it follows the line of the ceiling.

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Congressman Rothman’s Statement on the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction


Today, Congressman Steve Rothman (D-NJ), member of the House Appropriations Committee, released the following statement:
I am disappointed that the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction was unable to come to a bipartisan agreement. I have supported efforts toward a grand bargain that would have significantly lowered our nation’s mounting deficit, but unfortunately there was a wide difference of opinion on how deficit reduction should be achieved.

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Brightening the Corner Where You Are



Brightening the Corner

 Q: Our apartment is on the dark side, literally. We face the wall of the building next door, so the living room stays in constant shadow. We tried to compensate by lightening the wood floors and using light beige upholstery. But it is still too dark. Do you have any other suggestions?

A: It was wise of you to apply the physics of color to your problem, a solution you'll find in many professional designers' bags of tricks. They know that color can work visual magic, raising and lowering ceilings, stretching the size of a room and changing its mood. Ditto for slick and shiny surfaces that reflect light and lift spirits, like a glossy paint, mirrors, crystals and chrome.

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Boss 302: 444-hp Mustang Makes Every Driver Feel Like a Hero



Mustang Boss 302

 I knew it was wrong from the start. But I couldn't help myself. It was just one of those things that happened. I wasn't looking for it, but there it was ... undeniable. Nobody was supposed to get hurt. I felt alive; my heart was pounding fresh, red inspiration.  And now I can't stop thinking about her: the Mustang Boss 302.  I had this car for four days over the Coronado Speed Festival in late September. I barely had to time to drive it, but it was instant lust.

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